Sunrace 8 Speed Freewheel - 13-32T

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Requires a Shimano type splined freewheel removal tool. (Shimano's own is SJSC part #870)
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Can I use this on a Bullseye hub
28 Nov 2020
We do not sell these hubs so we cannot confirm if this will fit.
I'm replacing a Starlit 13-28 freewheel. Will this work?
08 Oct 2020
Hello, If your freewheel uses the same threading as shimano freewheels then yes- unless its something unique (either french or Italian) then this should fit.
Can I take apart to use sprockets individually
07 Jun 2018
I am aiming to retro fit a 7 speed freewheel with sprockets 14, 16, 18, 21, 24, 28, 32 teeth as there is nothing available off the shelf.
HI there,

unfortunately you cannot use this as individual sprockets i'm afraid.

Can I use this with a 3/32 width chain?
06 Dec 2017

3/32 relates to the inner dimension of the chain. You need a 3/32 8 speed chain, a single speed chain for example will fail to shift very well if at all as it dos not have the ramping profiles.

Stack Height?
24 Jun 2015

Can I use this freewheel with a ratio 13/32 on a wheel with 130mm axle? 37 to 38 mm seems to be the limit?
Best regards

I don't think you will be able to use this freewheel I'm afraid, after measuring the overall length it appears it is 39mm wide so it may rub on the frame if you try to fit it.

Campagnolo Compatible
03 Dec 2014
Hi is this a threaded hub trying to fit to a Hope threaded hub using also 9sp Campagnolo shifters is the spacing compatable if not do you have any other free wheels that would do not to bothered what speed it for a winter bike
Regards Malcolm

This freewheel is designed to fit to a threaded hub, but this and all of our freewheels are indexed for Shimano gears rather than Campagnolo so won't be compatible I'm afraid.